What salvages the material, directed and lensed by Mark Israel, is its candor and the innocence of the participants.
Lending immense and varied flavor is Joe Damiano's imaginative lighting design and an original score and sound design by O-lan Jones.
As a lead-in to "The X-Files,""TV Nation" looks like a sharp pickup for Fox.
Shock video indeed. In a textbook case that cuts both ways, this docu exploits/titillates and educates/informs in about equal measure if you happen to think that the cautionary theme about the…
Notable are Principal, in a choice role that gives her the opportunity to fly , and ever-reliable villain Vaughn as a lecherous, hard-drinking influential judge who sexually assaults his son's…
No one -- neither principals Woody Allen and Mia Farrow nor supporting characters Frank Sinatra and Andre Previn -- comes off well in Fox's first original miniseries.
"Children of the Dust" is an absorbing Western that's propelled by its multiracial dynamics and refreshing setting: the great Land Rush of the Oklahoma Territory in the 1880s. The mini, toplining…
But after assorted complications are swept out of the way, it's the purty-est country church wedding you ever did see, complete with a Keystone Kop-inspired payoff when one of the Walton…
The challenge in writing a play about Hollywood is to avoid stereotypical characters and to give the material the appearance of novelty. By that measure, David Knapp's "Staccato" is a disappointment…
There's not too much looking back, except for performer and writer Kirby Tepper's buoyant ode to lesbian seagulls on Noah's Ark and Billy Barnes' jaunty title number, tracing gay themes from the gay…
Plunk four pretty nursing students, from widely divergent backgrounds, into a teaching setting staffed by hunky doctors, and you have the latest series built around roommates, Aaron Spelling's…